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Is there a way to use LDAP authentication on a server that is not a member of my domain?

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I have a server that I would like to use LDAP authentication on but it is not a member of my domain.  The server will host an Intranet for our organization but also is our web server for our public website, so I would rather not join it to the domain if possible.
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How would using LDAPS affect my current LDAP setup?  Not having used it before I want to be sure that it doesn't convert the entire LDAP into a certificate based system.
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